Green Pastures and Green Mountains

Walk through one of Vermont's most beautiful landscapes, under the shade of sugar maples and 400-year-old hemlocks, across covered bridges and alongside rambling stone walls. This is a landscape of loss, recovery, and conservation. This is a story of stewardship, of people taking care of places - sharing an enduring connection to land and a sense of hope for the future. Read More

Horse drawn wagon ride

Forest Festival - Sat. Sept 22 10am-5pm

Take a horse-drawn wagon ride, enjoy hands-on activities, forest history, and woodworking demonstrations among the glory of fall foliage.

Painted Lady butterfly on plant

Autumn's in the Air Sept 23 10am-Noon

Join Ed Sharron, NPS Science Communication Specialist at the Park for an easy hike and discuss the changes to ‘nature’s calendar’.

Hikers on the Appalachian Trails

Appalachian Trail Hike - Sept 29

Join us for a hike 9:30am-12:30pm on the iconic trail with park staff & Green Mountain Club. Reservations required. Call 802-457-3368 x222.

Amanda Anderson Yoga Pose

Yoga Hikes Inner Lift Yoga Oct 6 9:30am

Enjoy 2-hour walking meditation in the woods & fields as you pause for instruction that incorporates elements of the natural environment.

Photo of Victorian era servants

Mondays - Untold Stories 2-3pm

Many people not named Marsh, Billings, or Rockefeller lived at, worked on, or visited this place & created positive change - discover more

Grandma Moses Painting in Park's collection

Tuesdays: Art Pick 2-3pm

Participants decide focus: paintings, sculpture, decorative arts - the Mansion is a treasure trove of beautiful and intriguing objects.

Photo of Billings Women on rocking chair of Mansion

Women's Wednesdays 2-3pm tour

Join us on Wednesdays and learn about the accomplished and influential women who helped shape this estate, community and the nation.

Cathedral Rock by Albert Bierstadt 1879

Conservation Through Artist's Eye

Thurs 2-3:15- View art by acclaimed landscape painters (Bierstadt, Cole & Durand) & explore how art influenced the conservation movement.

Fallout shelter below the Mansion

Fallout Fridays - 2-3pm

How did the Cold War influence conservation thinking? Descend into the 1960s era fallout shelter built by Laurance Rockefeller

Junior Rangers on the mansion lawn

Junior Rangers Adventures Saturday 1-2pm

Kids 7-12 Complete activities with park ranger & learn about nature & this special national park, earn Junior Ranger Badge.

Park formal garden in early summer

Gardens Thru the Generations - Sat @ 2pm

Explore the gardens - formal & "secret" - tucked into the hills beyond the Mansion, that underscore the site's story of nature appreciation

Library of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion

Sundays Hidden Spaces Unique Places

Sunday 2-3:15 View spaces usually closed to the public on this behind-the-scenes tour - from the 3rd floor of Mansion to servant’s quarters

Peak to Peak Hike Challenge group 2015

Peak to Peak Event Oct 13 10am-2:30pm

Oct 13 from Woodstock Green, hike to scenic viewpoints on Mt Peg or Mt Tom - or both! Join guided hikes learn history, ecology or find games

Last updated: September 17, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

54 Elm Street
Woodstock , VT 05091

Phone:

(802) 457-3368 x222

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